Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016 Real Estate Update
Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016 And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016
|Tucson home Average Sales Price for May DECREASED 3.15% from April to $214,290.|
Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016 – Popular Community Sales Results
We have put together a one minute video of popular Tucson communities with their sales results for Single Family Residence (SFR). Which one is your favorite?
Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016 – Great Restaurant – Ben & Kim’s Pick
|Tucson, AZ has many GREAT restaurants that are locally owned. Pastiche Restaurant combines your food pleasure with great wine and beer options. Did you know Pastiche serves brunch two days a week?|
Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016 – Mortgage Loan 5 Tips for Preparing Your Credit
There are two key factors lenders use in determining your loan approval; debt to income ratio and credit score. Here are 5 tips used to help prepare your credit for these two factors. Did you know when buying a home in Arizona, you’re required to show proof that you’ve been pre-qualified for a loan?
Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016 – Arizona – Continues to be a Tax Friendly State
In a recent article from Kiplinger, Arizona was again on their top ten list for tax friendly states. Did you know your social security benefits are not taxed?
Tucson Homes Newsletter June 2016 – Gardening Tips
|Water: Adjust drip system during monsoon season.|
Fertilize: Blooming plants often during monsoon season with a high phosphorous fertilizer. Established roses with half-strength rose fertilizer. Add epsom salts at half-strength too.
Prune: Mesquite & Palo Verde trees. Faded rose blooms.
Plant: Herbs, melons, squash & cucumbers.
Art Fairs Around Tucson Communities
Every Saturday ~ Oro Valley Farmers Market
PLUS 2nd Saturday of the month (OCT-June) enjoy music, special speakers, and tours
10901 N Oracle Rd. (Steam Pump Ranch) Time: 9AM to 1PM
Every Saturday ~ Locomotive Saturdays
Learn about the steam locomotive and how the history of transportation changed the Old Pueblo through it’s interactive museum.
414 N Toole Ave. Time: 10AM to 1PM
Every Tuesday ~ Green Valley Rec Center (GVR) Live Concert Series